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mPress Menu Wormhole

Easily add a menu as a submenu to another menu.

The mPress Menu Wormhole plugin allows you to easily add a menu as a submenu to another menu.

Why?

Let's say you have a sidebar menu where you list a special collection of important pages on your site. Now let's say you want those same items to appear in a submenu off of your main header navigation. Now you have to manage the same collection of pages in two places. The mPress Menu Wormhole plugin makes it easy to maintain a single menu and have the changes you make to the sidebar menu automatically take place in the header menu as well.

How?

Using this plugin is simple:

  1. Install the plugin.
  2. Activate the plugin.
  3. Go to 'Appearance' -> 'Menus' in the WordPress admin menu.
  4. You should see a box in the left column called 'Navigation Menus'. If you don't see it, check the FAQ page for what you need to do.
  5. Check box next to the menu you want to add and click the 'Add to Menu' button.
  6. Move the new item where you want and click the 'Save Menu' button.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please don't direct a wormhole into itself... it creates a black hole. In other words, don't add a navigation menu to itself. It creates an infinite loop that will crash the front end of your site. No worries though, it is easily undone. I do it just for fun sometimes.

Features

  • Clean, well written code that won't bog down your site.

Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-5-1
Downloads: 345

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